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The Investigator Third Investigative Interviewing conference

Eynsham Hall, Witney, Oxfordshire, UK

Wednesday June 30, 2010
£185 per delegate; two delegates for £300

Certificates of attendance available for CPD at this event
Exclusive line-up of ACPO-approved interview advisors and experienced trainers
A must-attend conference for all those involved in investigative Interviewing

New ideas around the interviewing of recidivists and bulk crime offenders will be showcased at The Investigators third Investigative Interviewing Conference.

DS James Humphries from Thames Valley Police will provide sought after best practice in this challenging area of investigative interviewing.

James is a graduate in Applied Investigation and is a Tier 3 suspect and witness interviewer and an accredited ABE interviewer for children and vulnerable adults.

He has been commended by a trial judge for the suspect interview of a stranger rapist and as part of a master class to senior members of Thames Valley Police, he presented new ideas and structures when dealing with recidivist and bulk crime offenders based on his own research.

James will join an impressive line-up of practitioner experts at an event that is fast becoming a must attend event for investigations.

THEY INCLUDE:

INTERVIEWING SUSPECTS ACCUSED OF SEXUAL OFFENCES:
ACPO-approved Interview advisor DS Martin Vaughan from Gwent Police, who has worked for the force for 26 years, will be presenting best practice into sex offender interviewing and has delivered input around this area to the national CID course in Wales for the past four years as well as on national child abuse investigation courses.

PRE-INTERVIEW DISCLOSURE/LEGAL ADVISOR MANAGEMENT:
He will be joined by ACPO-approved interview advisor DS Ronnie Gibson from The Police Service of Northern Ireland who will be giving a presentation on best practice around pre-interview disclosure. Ronnie has 26 years experience much of which has been spent in CID investigating a range of major crime offences.

NO COMMENT INTERVIEWS:
The Investigator also welcomes experienced interview trainer John Bailey to the line-up of speakers. John spent 30 years with West Midlands Police, working in CID and a variety of uniform roles. He is now a trainer with West Midlands Police specialising suspect interviews. He will give a presentation on best practice around No comment interviews.

ALSO:
Former Superintendent Graham Dickinson from Damova will highlight the latest in digital interview recording technology alongside Toby Sparrow from Business Systems UK Ltd.

To book your place call Tel: 0844 660 8707 or visit www.the-investigator.co.uk

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